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The Bar - General Chat / Re: prop u j
« Last post by Range Rover Blues on October 04, 2018, 22:28:06 »
Erm, I don't remember plastic bits.  If the inside is still recognisable I'd have thought you'd replace new for old, so the kit would have all the parts that wear out.

Is the plastic bit there to hold the rollers?
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The Bar - General Chat / Re: Is it time.................
« Last post by hrh_dave on September 20, 2018, 19:24:52 »
Evening all
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The Bar - General Chat / Re: Is it time.................
« Last post by Welshbreed on September 11, 2018, 23:10:11 »
Im still here.... just very occasionally.

Having moved away for 10 years and then moving back to the area i grew up in there doesn't seem to be much going on locally except for the xtreme challenge truck group who have the occasional meets. I been to one or two but its a different bunch of people who are very clicky. Makes it difficult having fun when you go on your own.

I really do miss this forum. Seems everything is on FB Groups now which people probably find easier.... but I'm not one of them.

*Holds lighter up*
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Discovery / Re: Diesel leak
« Last post by NiteMare on August 11, 2018, 04:04:42 »
i know this reply may be a little late but the fuel lines run thru a crossmember right by/above the tank ( a proper stupid design feature) and i have seen one fracture there which then p*ssed fuel out when the pump was fired up
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The Bar - General Chat / prop u j
« Last post by way2deep on July 30, 2018, 20:02:54 »
do I remove the plastic bits inside the uj cup before fitting or leave them in many thanks
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Workshop Articles / Re: Propshaft Joint Replacement Step by Step with Pics
« Last post by way2deep on July 30, 2018, 19:58:30 »
do the plastic bits inside the cups have to be removed prior to fitting
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Discovery / Diesel leak
« Last post by Range Rover Ron on May 25, 2018, 10:27:18 »
I've got a problem with a leak on my 2004 Td5 Disco.
There's a pool of fuel in the sunken section of the fuel take where the sender/pump fits.
I've replaced the four fuel pipes and checked that they are sealed and snapped into the unions on the top of the pump.
I've renewed the rubber seal on the pump/sender.
I sat and watched for ages to see if there is a leak on the top of the pump but can see nothing, I've held brown paper all around the top of the pump to show if there is a fine spray coming out of a small unsighted split and found nothing.
The only thing now is for me to take the tank out, which is obviously a big job for me to do on my own, on my drive. The one thing I think I will check is that the seal on the sender/pump is fitted correctly but apart form that I'm not sure where to go from here.
Has anyone had a similar problem.
The problem manifests by fuel leaking down both sides of the fuel tank, due to cornering, then the fuel drops down over the rear chassis legs, while parked overnight and leaves a "dinner plate" size mark on both sides of the Disco on the drive.
Any pointers or suggestions would be much appreciated.
Cheers.
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Wanted / Owners manual
« Last post by Frankie-Boy on March 19, 2018, 08:17:40 »
Wanted, Owners manual for a 2009 Freelander 2 please.
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Wanted / Re: power steering parts
« Last post by simba on September 28, 2017, 14:35:07 »
Hi iam told the disco 1 4 bolt pump set and pipes will fit.
Regards john.
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Wanted / Re: power steering parts
« Last post by Range Rover Blues on September 27, 2017, 01:17:41 »
Hi John.
I take it this is a conversion.  Do you know how the pump fits to the engine?  is there a specific model you can replicate?
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